Follow TV Tropes


Video Game / Gundam Fighter

Go To
Get Ready For Gundam, unlike any you've seen before...Really tiny and cute...

Gundam Fighter is a Flash Fighting Game that mixes together Loads and Loads of Characters from the Gundam Franchise in a more or less chibi form, attacking with jokeful references to their characters from their shows, and their respective mobile suits used, which will as a part of their body. yeah... It's that kind of game. it is extremely fun and hilarious to play, easy to learn but tough to master, and each character has something different to offer.

It includes an Arcade Mode, Team Arcade Mode, Endurance Modes, two sperate Story Modes, and special event battles. It seems like everytime you beat something, a new mode variation in available.

The series appearing in this game include:

It can be found and played for free Here.

Not to be confused with Mobile Fighter G Gundam, though very relatable.

This Game Provides Examples of the Following Tropes.

  • Abnormal Ammo: Cecily fires Bread Missiles, possibly a Shout-Out to her occupation after the events of Mobile Suit Crossbone Gundam as well as the bakery she worked in at the start of F91.
  • Action Girl: Any of the many female characters can be considered this, even the most harmless ones.
  • Aerith and Bob: You have characters like Chris, Bernie, Emma and Andy, along with names like Cagalli, Athrun, Amuro, Quess... It's standard and comes with the Gundam territory
  • Advertisement:
  • Affectionate Parody: The entire game. And it's clear that the creators love Gundam.
  • All There in the Manual: There is a character encyclopedia that gives you details of all the characters, in case you didn't know them. Several gags - like Santa Dearka - aren't references to anime but the site's original flash which can be accessed from menu on the top of page.
  • All Your Powers Combined: Several characters use a variation of this, such as Judau's ZZ Mode, and Lacus' Haro based attacks.
  • Animal Motifs: Stellar has a strange one with some sort of canine mammal. It is a reference to the site's flash animation, where Gaia is just a puppy and Stella has costume to resemble it.
  • Attack Drone: Many characters use Funnels/Dragoons as one of their Special Attacks.
  • Awesome, but Impractical: Duo Maxwell's Ultra Attack. Granted it's one of the most powerful attacks in the game, it is almost impossible to hit the enemy with it. it's too easy to get hit out of it.
    • Red Coat Yzak's Scar Slash, for the same reasons.
  • Berserk Button: Shoot Down Tolle during Miriallia's Ultra Attack, and she goes into a berserking rushing attack.
  • BFG: Whoa baby there sure are a lot. Think Dearka, Judau, Heero, etc.
  • BFS: Quite a few.
  • Boring, but Practical: Some attacks are as simple as throwing a small accessory, and having it boomerang back. Good for keeping your opponent at bay, but still boring compared to the giant lasers being shot around you.
  • Camp Gay: Rau Le Creuset's Ultra Attack is a transformation that changes his clothing to very thin, wrestling tights, with a bulge.
  • Colony Drop: Neo Zeon Char's Ultra Attack.
  • Dual Boss: Quite a few, the more notable examples; Bright and Iron Mask, Murrue and Emma, Rau Le Creuset and Freedom Kira.
  • Dual Wield: It's very common for a character to swing/shoot a couple of weapons in a special move.
  • Duel Boss: Nu Amuro v.s. Neo Zeon Char at the end of one of the story modes, and Kira v.s. Rau Le Creuset as an event boss.
  • Grievous Harm with a Body: Kamille punches Jerrid as a projectile, though sometimes Wong comes out and beats on him instead. Judau inverts this by kicking the latter if you hold down the button. Shiro rips off his arm and uses it as a club while crying Manly Tears. Kou just runs into them after ripping off his own credits theme. Bernie does this with himself by getting homerunned by Christina.
  • Energy Weapon: Standard in the Gundam universe.
  • Fighting Clown: Just about every character, no matter how badass or strong, has at least one comical attack. By these standards though, Destroy Stellar and Santa Dearka apply especially.
  • Hammerspace: Most attacks involve the characters pulling out weapons and other stuff out of the void.
  • Humongous Mecha: Despite the chibi characters, there are still some Humongous Mecha appearences such as The Savior, and the Psycho Gundam. Destroy Stellar may also count.
  • Joke Character: There a couple characters the just aren't good compared to others, most notably Yuna and Relena.
  • Kill Sat: Part of one of Freedom Kira's Ultra Attacks involves slamming the enemy onto one for a point blank blast.
  • Loads and Loads of Characters: About 80 characters in total!
  • Mega Crossover
  • Rule of Cool: The entire game!
    • Anything involving a Haro is usually especially awesome.
  • Shout-Out: Most of the Special Attacks and Ultra Attacks are references to the show they are based on:
  • Wave Motion Gun: A few usually in Ultra Attack form, such as Mu La Flaga, Freedom Kira, Gato, the list can go on.


How well does it match the trope?

Example of:


Media sources: